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    Germany's foreign minister eyes regulation to keep Ukraine ceasefire in weeks
    Sep04

    Germany's foreign minister eyes regulation to keep Ukraine ceasefire in weeks

    OSLO (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Sunday he hoped a new regulation aimed at maintaining a fragile ceasefire in eastern Ukraine could be completed soon by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). …read more Source: The...

    Vladimir Putin responsible for poor US-Russia ties: Tim Kaine
    Sep04

    Vladimir Putin responsible for poor US-Russia ties: Tim Kaine

    Washington, Sep 4 : Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “aggressive and imperialist ambitions” are responsible for the poor relationship between the US and Russia, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine said today. “I don’t think you can make an argument that the relationship with Russia is in a good place right now. But...

    Crimean dissident says psychiatric detainment a risk to his health
    Sep04

    Crimean dissident says psychiatric detainment a risk to his health

    A Crimean dissident undergoing enforced psychiatric testing by Russian authorities is being held in a dilapidated medical facility and says the poor conditions are a danger to his physical health. …read more Source: Channel...

    Crimean dissident says psychiatric detainment a risk to his health
    Sep04

    Crimean dissident says psychiatric detainment a risk to his health

    SIMFEROPOL, Crimea (Reuters) – A Crimean dissident undergoing enforced psychiatric testing by Russian authorities is being held in a dilapidated medical facility and says the poor conditions are a danger to his physical health. …read more Source: The...

    Injured Kyrgios quits US Open in tears
    Sep04

    Injured Kyrgios quits US Open in tears

    NEW YORK (AFP) – Fiery Australian Nick Kyrgios’s US Open campaign ended in pain and tears when he retired from his third round match against Ukraine’s Illya Marchenko with a hip injury on Saturday.The 14th seed needed a medical timeout after dropping the second set and despite a series of further checks with the trainer, he quit...

    Serena speeds through as Wawrinka, Murray battle into last 16
    Sep04

    Serena speeds through as Wawrinka, Murray battle into last 16

    NEW YORK (AFP) – Serena Williams sped past another milestone Saturday en route to the US Open fourth round as men’s contenders Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka clawed their way into the last 16.World number one Williams dominated Sweden’s Johanna Larsson 6-2, 6-1 to surpass Martina Navratilova for most Grand Slam wins by a woman...

    Ukraine and Russia wage war — in global courts
    Sep04

    Ukraine and Russia wage war — in global courts

    After Russia snatched the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea from Kiev the new authorities installed by Moscow set about taking over one of Ukraine’s largest banks as well as shipyards and hotels. The state lender has now fired back by filing a massive claim with a court in The Hague — one of the multiple cases being fought by Kiev on a new...

    CUTS, CUTS, CUTS: Life and times of Russia’s university teachers
    Sep04

    CUTS, CUTS, CUTS: Life and times of Russia’s university teachers

    Russia’s higher education sector is at a crossroads. A few universities are trying to raise their game for international ranking, but most barely survive staff and funding cuts, writes Tatyana Dvornikova RUSSIA’S higher education sector is braced for significant cuts, with up to 10,300 jobs disappearing. At the end of July 2016, the...

    Ukraine and Russia wage legal war in global courts
    Sep04

    Ukraine and Russia wage legal war in global courts

    …read more Source: The Indian...

    Ukraine and Russia wage war — in global courts
    Sep04

    Ukraine and Russia wage war — in global courts

    KIEV – After Russia snatched the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea from Kiev the new authorities installed by Moscow set about taking over one of Ukraine’s largest banks as well as shipyards and hotels. …read more Source: Bangkok...

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